Google's new Pixel 3a and 3a XL launched today, and not only are they affordable, they're legitimately great. Starting at $399, they bring a lot of what people like about the full-fat Pixel experience — i.e., the software and the camera — to a much more palatable price point. And if that weren't enough, you can secure $100 in store credit when you purchase one of the new phones direct from Google. Read More
Samsung always gives out some sort of bonus with its flagship pre-orders, and this time was no different. All Galaxy S10 pre-orders were supposed to come with a pair of the company's brand-new Galaxy Buds, but the pre-order supply of those has already been depleted. As a result, Samsung is now offering $130 in store credit instead. Read More
The Google Store is currently running quite a few sales on everything from the Pixel 2 XL to the Chromecast Ultra for Father's Day. Purchasing a Pixel 2 with a Home Mini will get you a $150 credit for future purchases, the Clips is $50 off, and there are several deals for Home/Wifi products. Read More
If you missed out on the Pixel 2's preorder deal for a free Home Mini, don't despair; the Google Store is now restarting that deal and giving $100 in store credit to new buyers. Depending on your priorities, this might be a better deal than the $50 discount on the Pixel 2 XL via eBay. Plus, the Pixelbook now comes with a complimentary Home, which is pretty nifty. Read More
Update, 8 AM Pacific: Predictably, both the Nexus 6 and the discounted G Watch are out of stock. You can still grab $50 of Play Store credit with the purchases of any other Android Wear device or the Nexus 9.
Update: It looks like the Nexus 6 (which is actually in stock right now, at approximately 12:45 AM Pacific) and the Nexus 9 are also eligible for the $50 Play Store credit. Add the G Watch to your Play Store cart to see the $99 price.
Have you been waiting for a super-cheap Android Wear device to get your hands (wrists?) on the platform? Read More